I am excited to have been invited to participate in Charlotte Ballet’s Choreographic Lab for the second year in a row. Currently titled one hundred ways to say no, the work I will be showing is an exploration in the way we question systems, how power is enacted on a body, and performance as a site for resistance.
May 16th, 17th, and 18th at 7:30 PM at the Patricia McBride and Jean-Pierre Bonnefoux Center for Dance.
For more information and tickets, visit http://charlotteballet.org/tickets/choreographiclab/
From the Charlotte Ballet website:
After quickly selling out last season, be the first to secure your seats and experience creativity at work as Choreographic Lab expands to three evenings. This up-close and informal performance is designed to give aspiring choreographers the opportunity to present work and the audience the chance to experience new choreographic voices. Dancers from Charlotte Ballet will work all season long on their composition with mentorship by Artistic Director Hope Muir.
Hope plans to evolve the Choreographic Lab into an ongoing project, with the goal of making Charlotte Ballet a hub for cultivating and showcasing new choreographic talent. See the emerging creative talents of Charlotte Ballet dancers and support these future choreographers!